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Population Health Program

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Population health research recognizes that many factors influence disease development, progression, treatment and inequities across the life course. However, health outcomes only improve when delivery systems implement effective, sustainable clinical and social interventions that are accessible by all who need them. The Population Health Program builds the capability of scientists, health care and public health systems to integrate research and clinical care to solve population health problems.


Aim 1. Build capability in scientific methods suitable for solving complex problems in health care and public health systems

  • Enhance methodological expertise
  • Galvanize interest in Dissemination, Implementation and Improvement (DII) methods applied to population health problems

Aim 2. Apply systems science, artificial intelligence and causal inference methods to population health problems

  • Apply modeling to population health problems
  • Build learning system capability in health systems and public sector agencies to solve population health problems